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P&O Aurora Is First Ship To Reveal Cruise Lines New Livery

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The ship has just completed a huge 32 million pound refurbishment in Hamburg, Germany. Thanks to the upgrade the vessel has brought a fresh new look with new features for British cruisers to enjoy.

Included in the new look is a large Union Jack flag on the vessels bow. It won’t be as large as the Union jack featured on the upcoming P&O Britannia but really looks just as good. The flag will promote British cruising as the Aurora sails to lush destinations across the seas.

The ships funnels has been changed to blue and it features the rising sun which is P&O Cruises logo. Also on the 76,000 ton ship are a range of new improvements across several hotel departments. The refurbishment took 20 days to complete with 1,200 workers.

The P&O Aurora is now ready for its first voyages since the upgrade with it’s Christmas and New Year cruises.

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